A solar power plant commissioned by a French firm with an outlay of 4 million euros was inaugurated by French Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler in a Uttarakhandvillage on Wednesday.
The plant strengths India’s ambitious plans to achieve optimum renewable energy targets.
The plant, built by Technique Solaire in Maheshwari village in Haridwar district, would generate 5.5 MWp, which is the equivalent of the local electricity consumption of 13,500 inhabitants.
“The project embodies the strength of Indo-French cooperation in the solar energy sector and the ability of French companies to deliver,” a statement quoted Ziegler as saying. Read More…
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